Two of Celtic's most promising young players have reportedly signed new deals with the club.
Both players have agreed to two-year extensions which is great news for both the club and those who have seen the duo develop in recent times.
Donnelly is an attacking midfielder who can also play on the right wing or up front if required, while McManus is a central midfielder who often features in a more defensive role.
The 19-year-olds are two of Celtic’s most promising young players and Donnelly in particular has made headlines for Stevie Frail’s young Hoops.
Donnelly recently scored four goals in a 6-0 Scottish Youth Cup victory against Hibernian while he also netted his first senior goal while on loan at East Stirlingshire.
Both he and McManus featured prominently in Celtic’s UEFA Youth League campaign of 2013-2014, with the latter scoring against AC Milan.
Celtic may have ended their current season with a domestic double, but having tied down two of their promising youngsters for the next two years it is clear they will always be looking ahead to the next breakout talent and the next triumph.